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Le Tiki Lounge, Paris, France (bar)

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virani posted on Fri, Jan 6, 2012 9:33 AM

Name:Le Tiki Lounge
Street:26 bis rue de la fontaine au roi

A tiki bar in Paris. It's a first !
Cédric and Ben have opened yesterday a new bar, with the help of Joachim, a tiki sculptor (previously in tiki tribe) for the decor. Great collection of Boskos, Laojia, Bai, vintage art, LP covers...
Selections of cocktails, as well as hinano, Red Stripe and Duvel beers.
I wish them a long life in the nights of Paris.

Open Monday to Saturday, 6pm-2am.

[ Edited by: virani 2012-02-15 09:19 ]

virani posted on Fri, Jan 6, 2012 9:39 AM

I'm heading to Paris in July for my honeymoon! This is FAN-FLIPPIN-TASTIC!!!! Mona Lisa, who??? Arc de WHAT??? Parisian style Mai Tai!!!!

thats good news.
a very good reason to visit Paris once again.

My best wishes for this Tiki outpost! May it flourish for years to come! :)

JOHN-O posted on Sat, Jan 7, 2012 5:50 PM

Wow a Tiki bar in Paris !! The French have blessed Tiki. Tiki now has cultural significance beyond America. :)

Now I wanna see some Tiki in the Louvre, right next to the Mona Lisa !!

virani posted on Sun, Jan 8, 2012 2:11 AM

well, maybe not in the Louvre, but not far, at the Quai Branly Museum, you have the finest European selection of Oceanic arts.

virani posted on Sun, Jan 8, 2012 2:17 AM

oooh Jimmy, je suis jealouse!

Je souhaite que ce bar était là quand j'ai visité Paris en avril dernier.

Mais félicitations que vous apporter plus de tiki en France!!!


BigToe posted on Mon, Jan 9, 2012 9:10 AM

Its about time FRANCE! congrats and welcome!!!!!!

Mad Aloha,


Fantastic, hope to visit Paris in June!


awesome pictures of the place by the tattoo artist sunny buick on her blog : http://sunnybuick.typepad.com/mon-blog/2012/01/tiki-bar-opens-in-paris.html


great article by cocktail specialist Forest Collins on the Tiki Lounge on her blog : http://www.52martinis.com/?p=142

Enjoying my Mai-Tai!

On the left, a Red Coconut. Mai Tai on the right.

What's amazing is that they actually used crushed ice! Do you know how difficult it is to get ICE IN A BAR IN FRANCE?!?

Current menu


They make a Zombie now, with homemade syrups. Not on the menu yet.
Glad you got the chance to go there. And yes, it's very hard to get ice here, I don't know why. It costs of fortune to buy bags of ice (when you can find any).

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